That depends on the type of medicine and the amount prescribed, it can vary from $5.00-$500.00 or more you need to be more Pacific's
It varies, depending on the medication prescribed.
No. Prescriptions are free for people under 21, over 60 and the chronically ill. Everyone else has to pay (a subsidised amount) per item.
It depends on which medication it is, whether or not you have insurance, and how much the insurance covers.
no, each country have there own prescriptions but if u r travelling u can ask the dr to reg 24 ur script so u can obtain all repeats at once from the chemist
Depending how much they take in
Prescriptions are filled at a pharmacy.
Pediatritians need math to write all of their prescriptions carefully. (This much of this. That much of that.)
Dentists write prescriptions for pain medication and antibiotics. They would not write prescriptions for depression medication. They write prescriptions that deal with dental issues.
Forged Prescriptions was created in 2003.
4%, but groceries and prescriptions are exempt. now it is 7% and groceries is 3%
No, chiropractors are not licensed to practice medicine and cannot, therefore, write prescriptions.
They give people prescriptions and telll people stuff about those prescriptions!